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Old 11-12-2005, 01:45 AM   #1
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hey folks...i am planning on getting rid of the "business card holders" in my SE and adding a component speaker set w/passive crossover in the door..what i am wondering about is how am I going to mount the tweeters?...how are the tweeters in the Bose models mounted?...will I need some sort of mounting bracket?....any suggestions are much appreciated: )
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there should be 4 holes to mount the tweeter to, already in the door pannel.
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there should be 4 holes to mount the tweeter to, already in the door pannel.
there is a mounting bracket for the tweets. i removed the tweet and used the bracket to mount my comp. set....i actually found a better set of brackets from a bonne that fires the tweets up toward the ears as apposed to the knees
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there should be 4 holes to mount the tweeter to, already in the door pannel.
there is a mounting bracket for the tweets. i removed the tweet and used the bracket to mount my comp. set....i actually found a better set of brackets from a bonne that fires the tweets up toward the ears as apposed to the knees
my tweets are aimable w/in their little socket thing. so I made a plate that screws to the stock tweet holes to hold the socket thing to the door pannel.
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i thought about it, and have some pics for ya

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you can see the bracket that i used to mount the tweet...that is a stock bracket with the tweet removed, i then flipped over the bracket and attached my RF tweet

note your doors will be sightly different but very close to tha pic
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